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" many entire days in this sanctuary of antiquity, where the sacred and profane stand facing each other, in the written monuments preserved to us, as in the days when Paganism and Christianity, striving with all their powers, were engaged in mortal conflict.... "
The Catacombs of Rome as Illustrating the Church of the First Three Centuries - Page 72
by William Ingraham Kip - 1854 - 212 pages
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The Youth's instructer [sic] and guardian

1854
...when Paganism and Christianity, striving with all their powers, were engaged in mortal conflict. * * And were it only the treasure of impressions which...of recollections and enjoyment for a whole life." Not more contrasted is the style of execution on these two walls than their moral significance. The...
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The Church in the catacombs, a description of the primitive Church of Rome

Charles Maitland - 1846
...when Paganism and Christianity, striving with all their powers, were engaged in mortal conflict. ***** And were it only the treasure of impressions which...of recollections and enjoyment for a whole life." * The Consular Monuments, principally comprised in a compartment at the further end of the corridor,...
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The Church in the Catacombs: A Description of the Primitive Church of Rome ...

Charles Maitland - Catacombs - 1846 - 312 pages
...Paganism and. Christianity, striving with all 1 their powers, were engaged in mortal conflict. / ***** And were it only the treasure of impressions which...of recollections and enjoyment for a whole life." * The Consular Monuments, principally comprised in a compartment at the further end of the corridor,...
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The Churchman's monthly review

1846
...Paganism nnd Christianity, striving with all their powers, were engaged in mortal conflict. * And were it only the treasure of impressions which...attached to the walls of the Vatican, this alone would bean inexhaustible fund of recollections und enjoyment for a whole life.' " (Tableau des Catacombes,...
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The Church of England quarterly review

Religion - 1846
...ages," according to the Englishman's sober estimate ; \vhile, according to the more ardent foreigner, " this alone would be an inexhaustible fund of recollections and enjoyment for a whole life." Many of the Christian epitaphs contain the names of the consuls in whose year they were erected, and...
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Collectanea Antiqua: Etchings and Notices of Ancient Remains, Illustrative ...

Charles Roach Smith - England - 1861
...days when Paganism and Christianity, striving with all their powers, were engaged in mortal conflict. And were it only the treasure of impressions which...of recollections and enjoyment for a whole life."* Canova arranged the Museo Cltiaramonti, which is entered from this hall, and contains nearly 800 specimens...
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The Church review, and ecclesiastical register [afterw.] The American ...

1849
...days when Paganism and Christianity, striving with all their powers, were engaged in mortal conflict. And were it only the treasure of impressions which...the graves of the Catacombs, and now attached to the * It is difficult to say how ancient some of these tombs are. Consular dates have been found, however,...
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The Church Review

Nathaniel Smith Richardson - 1848 - 130 pages
...days when Paganism and Christianity, striving with all their powers, were engaged in mortal conflict. And were it only the treasure of impressions which...the graves of the Catacombs, and now attached to the * It is difficult to say how ancient some of these tombs are. Consular dates have been found, however,...
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The National Magazine: Devoted to Literature, Art, and Religion, Volume 5

Abel Stevens, James Floy - Language Arts & Disciplines - 1854
...paganism and Christianity, striving with all their powers, were engaged in mortal conflict. * oooeoooo And were it only the treasure of impressions which...of recollections and enjoyment for a whole life." Not more contrasted is the style of execution on these two walls than their moral significance. The...
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Notes of a journey through the south of France to Rome ... 1856

Frederick William Fairholt - 1858
...days when Paganism and Christianity, striving with all their powers, were engaged in mortal conflict. And were it only the treasure of impressions which...of recollections and enjoyment for a whole life."* Canova arranged the Museo Chiaramonti, which is entered from this hall, and contains nearly 800 specimens...
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